Synonyms for xiaoying or Related words with xiaoying


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Song Xiaoying () is a Chinese film and television actress.
When Xiaoying finds out about Yazhou's affair, she is furious and initially demands a divorce. Relations between Yazhou and Xiaoying become extremely strained. They separate, and Xiaoying eventually accepts Yazhou's affair for the sake of their young daughter Yueyue. Despite Xiaoying's tolerance, Yazhou remains caught between the two women, on one hand being spoiled by Xiaodan and, on the other, being an attentive father in front of Xiaoying and Yueyue. Even with Xiaodan demanding marriage, Yazhou finds himself unable to divorce his wife, due to the harmful impact their separation has already had on Yueyue.
Shen Xiaoying (born 2 March 1983) is a Chinese sailor who competed in the 2004 Summer Olympics.
On Yazhou's 42nd birthday, Xiaodan goes to his home with a gift, only to be spotted by Xiaoying. Xiaoying insists that she come inside, saying that they should temporarily put aside their hostility, and celebrate Yazhou's birthday. She reminisces about her relationship with her husband, telling Xiaodan about how they met and fell in love. After this visit, Yazhou and Xiaodan end their affair.
Xiaoying immerses herself in renovating the home she and Yazhou purchased before their fall out. When she injures her back after falling off a ladder, Yazhou is forced to leave Xiaodan to care for Xiaoying. He finally comes to appreciate how much his wife did for him - cooking, cleaning, taking care of their daughter, attending to his needs - so that he could write without distraction. During this time, Yazhou and Xiaodan rarely see each other, and Yazhou and Xiaoying appear to have fully repaired their relationship.
The orchestra's first director was Zheng Xiaoying. Other directors have included Li Delun () and Yan Liangkun (). During the 1970s, Wang Jianzhong was its composer-in-residence.
Through the lives of Zhou Fada (Shaun Chen), Ye Xiaoying (Chen Hanwei) and Zhang Weixiong (Jesseca Liu), three ordinary characters who grew up in Dakota Crescent, a series of interesting, exciting and personal stories will unfold…
The township is divided into 14 villages, the following areas: Baishi Community, Wolong Village, Peijiang Village, Daying Village, Xiaoying Village, Donghuang Village, Dongping Village, Shigu Village, Xiangyang Village, Dalong Village, Daping Village, Meizhuang Village, Tilong Village, and Jiangdong Village.
Liang Yazhou (Zhang) is a successful, middle-aged TV screenwriter from Beijing. While in Hainan working on a new script, Liu Dawei (Fu) assigns young and beautiful Li Xiaodan (Liu) to him as an assistant. Yazhou and Xiaodan are mutually attracted to each other, but Yazhou is already married to Song Xiaoying (Xu), with whom he has a daughter. To break off the connection, he changes his plans and returns to Beijing. However, as soon as Yazhou and Xiaoying return to Beijing, they begin having an affair.
Yang Rudai is said to lead a simple private life. At least until 1988, after he became the Party Chief of Sichuan and a Politburo member, his wife Tan Xiaoying (谭小英) was still a contract worker in a small street factory in Chengdu.
Zheng Xiaoying (born 1929) is the first woman conductor in China. Zheng was the chief conductor of the China National Opera House (CNOH) and she formed and conducted at the Xiamen Philharmonic Orchestra. She has also been a dean in the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing (CCOM).
Simon's work has been commissioned by curator Xiaoying Juliette Yuan for her series "The Artists Creative Process" that explores world renowned artists and their creative process. In 2014 Simon sculpted the massive hanging wall piece "Moment of Expansion" which is examined from the start of the process to the finished product in Yuan's series.
Born Ma Xiaoying in 1971 in Jiangxi province, Ma would move to Beijing in the early 1990s. She graduated from the Central Academy of Drama in 1994, and is one of Fifth Generation director Tian Zhuangzhuang's protégés along with Ning Hao. Her debut film, "Gone Is the One Who Held Me Dearest in the World", was shot on a small budget.
The Xiamen Philharmonic Orchestra (XPO) ) is based in Xiamen, Fujian Province, the People's Republic of China. It is one of the top orchestras in China, and the only non-state-owned and self-financing orchestra in the country. Founded in 1998, XPO plays the majority of its concerts at Music Island Philharmonic Hall, Xiamen. XPO's founder is Zheng Xiaoying, and the current artistic director is Fu Renchang.
Eaglet 3A (Xiao-Ying 3A or Xiaoying 3A, 小鹰3A in Chinese) is a fixed-wing UAV in conventional layout developed by Beijing China Aerospace System Simulation Technology Co., Ltd. (中国航天科工系统仿真科技有限公司) of China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation. Eaglet 3A is primarily developed as a mean to assist locating missing people in mountains, particularly in adverse weather, and it has been deployed by mountain rescue teams in Sichuan. Eaglet 3A is in conventional layout with tricycle landing gear, and propulsion is provided by a two-blade propeller driven by a piston engine mounted in the nose. Specification:
Owlet Hawk (Xiao-Ying or Xiaoying, 枭鹰) is an experimental UAV developed by two students from NCHU, Mr. Dai Wei (戴维) and Mr. Zhao Xue (赵学). Owlet Hawk is intended to explore technologies of utilizing plasma for UAVs by using laser plasma to produce lift and thrust for UAVs. Another important benefit of utilizing plasma is that plasma helps to improve stealth. Owlet Hawk made it first public debut in October 2012 in Beijing at the 5th Innovation Cup of future aircraft design competition.
Ye Xiaoying is Fada’s uncle, who always dreams of achieving phenomenal success in life, but he never did live up to his dreams as he is essentially just a slacker. He is very good at keeping out of trouble, by tactically avoiding tricky situations. His motto in life is: A man’s greatest power is not his fists, but his tongue. He believes that being good with words can help one sail through career and relationships smoothly, but the fact is, his career and love affairs are almost always on the rocks.
Originally, the competition was planned to be held in 2000, but due to a bird flu outbreak the IV contest was postponed to 2002. The position of the Art Director was occupied by Yin Chengzong, the winner of the II International Tchaikovsky Competition, who came up with a proposal to hold the competition in his hometown of Xiamen. The jury was chaired by Aleksey Nasedkin (piano section), Natalia Shahovskaya (cello section) and Maxim Fedotov (violin section). The Xiamen Philharmonic Orchestra participated in the competition in cooperation with 30 Russian musicians, which were invited to join the orchestra during the contest. The orchestra was conducted by Zheng Xiaoying and Yury Kochnev. The first, the second and the third rounds were held at the Gulangyu Music Hall and Xiamen Art Theatre. The closing ceremony was held at the Xiamen People’s Hall.
In South East Asia, popular local stars from the late 60s to the 80s included Sakura Teng (樱花), Zhang Xiaoying (張小英) and Lena Lim (林竹君) from Singapore, and Wong Shiau Chuen (黃曉君) and Lee Yee (李逸) from Malaysia. Some such as Lena Lim achieved some success outside the region, and the local labels also signed singers from outside the region such as Long Piao-Piao (龍飄飄) from Taiwan. The recording industry in Singapore in particular thrived. In 1979, Singapore launched the Speak Mandarin Campaign to promote the use of Mandarin over the range of Chinese dialects spoken by various segments of the ethnic-Chinese population. Mandarin songs, already a strong presence on radio stations and on television, further eroded the popularity of Hokkien and Cantonese songs in the media. In the 1980s, a genre of Mandarin ballads called "xinyao" developed in Singapore by singers/songwriters such as Liang Wern Fook.
Chinese players also made improvement in Individual Chess Competitions. Liu Shilan won 1st place in Asia by sweeping the board in 14 games, entered World Champion Candidate Competition, namely the quarterfinal, and was entitled grandmaster. In 1985, An Yanfeng, Wu Minqian and Zhao Lan swept the first 3 places in Asian Area Competition. Wu Minqian later was admitted to the quarterfinal and won the title of grandmaster as well. Other women players got excellent results in international competitions. An Yanfeng, Zhao Lan and Wu Xiaoying were entitled masters. Ning Chunhong won 2nd place in Asia. He Tianjian, Xie Jun and Peng Zhaoqin were invited to visit USSR. Many Chinese men players have beaten world famous grandmasters in international competitions. In the Asian Area Qualifying Trial held in Laoag, Philippines, Chinese players Qi Jingxuan, Li Zunian and Ye Jiangchuan swept the top three prizes.